By Gary Anderson, CMP Director Emeritus
Camp Perry, OH -(AmmoLand.com)- Three-Position Air Rifle shooting is one of the most popular youth shooting programs in America.
Its massive participation base includes more than 2,000 JROTC programs in schools, hundreds of 4-H Shooting Sports clubs and several hundred junior rifle clubs. An estimated 250,000 to 300,000 youth participate annually in three-position air rifle programs, with most of them engaging in some form of organized competitive shooting. The main governing body for this massive youth sports program is the National Three-Position Air Rifle Council. The primary means of governance is the Council’s rulebook, the National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rules.
The National Standard Rules are revised and reissued on a bi-annual basis. The newest version of the Rules, the 11th 2016-2018 edition, has just been released. An …Read the Rest